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Signing Time helps children express thoughts that they can’t put into words – or clarify their speech when they have difficulty articulating a word. Whether you are a speech and language therapist, teacher or the parent of a child in speech and language therapy, you’ll want this guide created by speech and language professionals. * 10-page complete eBook * 8½" x 11" pages * Instant download * No shipping Note: This is the digital version of "Using Signing Time with Children in Speech and Language Therapy." Learn More
Signing is a fun and easy way to engage your child in learning. The movement involved in signing helps children learn letters, numbers, colors and spelling. Enrich your existing curriculum with this special resource guide for homeschooling families.* 10-page complete printed eBook * 8½" x 11" pages * Instant download * No shipping * Great resources for homeschool
Note: This is the digital version of the guide "Using Signing Time in Homeschool Programs."Learn More
Research has repeatedly shown that sign language does NOT impede the acquisition of verbal language. In fact, studies have shown that teaching sign language can lead to increased levels of verbalizations in children with Autism. You will want this guide because it empowers families with the ability to personally make positive changes in a child's life. * 10-page complete eBook * 8½" x 11" pages * Instant download * No shipping Note: This is the digital version of "Using Signing Time with Individuals on the Autism Spectrum." Learn More
Using Signing Time in Childcare and Preschool Settings Guide Learn about the benefits of signing with children in early childhood settings – and get useful tips for signing in the classroom and a sample lesson plan in this guide. * 10-page complete eBook * 8½" x 11" pages * Instant download * No shipping * Great resource for childcare centers, daycares and preschools Note: This is the digital version of "Using Signing Time in Childcare and Preschool Settings - A Guide for Educators" Learn More
Using American Sign Language (ASL) in your preschool or elementary school classroom will keep your students’ hands moving, their minds engaged and their brains learning! In this Guide, you’ll learn how this powerful tool can help you: • engage students in learning • improve academic outcomes • create a more harmonious classroom
Note: This is the electronic version of "Sign Language in the Classroom - using Signing Time"Learn More
When it comes to language development, children with Down syndrome often experience speech delays, articulation difficulties and uneven language development. The use of American Sign Language (ASL) can open up the world of communication for these children because it supports the development of expressive language, functional communication, and social skills. In this guide, you will learn: * how signing supports language development * easy tips for signing at home * strategies for signing in the classroom
Note: This is the digital version of "Using Signing Time with Children Who Have Down Syndrome”Learn More
Sign language is an extremely valuable tool for hearing children as they learn to read. Studies have shown that children who are taught sign language as a part of their reading instruction score higher on standardized reading tests.
In this guide you will learn the components of effective literacy instruction and how to address each child's learning style. This guide is a great resource for educators, parents and caregivers to enhance literacy learning and includes a sample lesson plan.
Note: This is the digital version of the guide "Enhancing Literacy Instruction Using Signing Time."Learn More
The guide contains ideas and best practices for teaching sign language to children of all ages.
Infants Signing with your baby can offer you a view into your baby’s thoughts and needs, help reduce tantrums, and empower your baby to express himself and feel understood long before speech develops.
Toddlers Signing with toddlers is fun and rewarding because toddlers have a passion for communication. Toddlers’ first attempts at speaking are not always clear. Signing can empower them to express their wants and needs in a way that is easy to understand, which can help reduce tantrums.
Older Children (ages 3 to ... 103) Older children who are already speaking can use Signing Time to help learn ASL as a second (or third) language just as you would French or Spanish. ASL is also a great way to communicate across a room or during times when talking or shouting would be disruptive.
Children who have special needs For children with physical, mental or developmental delays, signing can facilitate communication, reduce frustration and promote confidence in their own abilities. Signing can empower them to express their wants and needs, and can help to develop speech.Learn More
This guide is the perfect primer for all things potty training. Parents and caregivers alike will appreciate the easy to use format and positive approach to potty training. Just like the Potty Time DVD, the approach is child-centered and helps adults encourage children to take pride in their amazing bodies and celebrate during this very natural part of growing up. It’s Potty Time!
Note: This is the digital version of the guide "Using Potty Time to Support Potty Training."Learn More